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Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance is a natural phenomenon. When an antibiotic is used, bacteria that can resist that antibiotic have a greater chance of survival than those that are "susceptible."

RNA Containst the base

urasil instead of thymine

True Breeding yellow to true breeding green

3:1

Adenine Pairs with Thymine

Cytosine pairs with Guanine

Cell w/cell wall

plant

Natural selection with defenition

a proccess in which organisms with certain inherited characteristics are more likkely to survive and reproduce then are individuals with other characteristics

mechanism of descent with mod

natural selection

Requirement of nat selection

Genetic Variation


Over production


Diff Reproductive Success

Smallest bio pop that can evolve

population

In spympatic species you dont have

geographical isolation

taxonomy

identification of species


Naming of species and classification fo species

most inclusive taxinomic level

domain

most exclusive taxinomic level

species

Anscestoral species and descendates

clade

Eukaryotic domain

Eukarya

Ecology is

scientific study of the interations between organisms and their enviroments

Sit for alopatric speciation

Grand canyon and squirrels

Sterile offspring

Post zygotic

Type of repo isolation when female mates with male because of dance

Behhavioral

Mate but baby dies early

reduced hybrid viability

abiotic vs biotic

nonliving vs living

2 species compete for food

?population

adaptation of indv

organismal

groups of indv of same species

population

define a species under bio species concept

a group of pop whose members have the potential to interbreed andproduce fertile offspring

abiotic and biotic factors

ecology

green house effect cause

rising concentration of c02 and other gasses in atmosphere

alleles created by

?mutation

Speciation req

gen isolation

effect of deforest

excess co2

rna trans to polupetide

mrna

charles lyle book

world old and suclpted by processes that still continue

Evi. of spiral nat of dna

xray crystalography

temp increases greatest

at poles

cant appply bio spec concept

fossils and asexuals

repro prevents mating

prezygotic

Ecology is study of

interatctions between organism and enviroment